MDF boards – are medium-density fiberboards produced by the method of pressing wood fiber mass with the addition of organic adhesives at high temperature and pressure. The resulting material has a homogeneous density and composition. Typical density is 600-800 kg / m3. Due to their mechanical properties, they are a fully-fledged alternative to solid wood. They comply with EN 622-1, EN 622-5, E ½, CARB P2, US EPA TSCA Title VI standards and the German Prohibition of Chemicals Ordinance requirements.
HDF boards – are high density fiberboards that can be veneered, laminated and varnished. They are characterized by high hardness and density (800-1450 kg / m3). They are manufactured by using the same technology as MDF boards. These boards also meet E½ (over 0.8 mm thickness), CARB P2, US EPA TSCA Title VI standards and the German Prohibition of Chemicals Ordinance requirements.
MFC PB – Melamine faced chipboards are flat pressed boards, surface treated with impregnated foil. The surface layer with a decorative surface and a defined surface structure is resistant to short-term exposure to water, elevated temperature and common chemicals used in households. The surface is easy to wash and odorless. The boards comply with the requirements of EN 312 for particle boards and EN 622-1, EN 622-5 for fibreboards, also E ½ , CARB P2, US EPA TSCA Title VI standards and the German Prohibition of Chemicals Ordinance requirements.
UV polymerizing paints – UV paints are cured immediately and create a durable surface.
Waterborne paints – These paints and varnishes are becoming increasingly popular in the furniture industry because they offer a number of advantages: the absence of toxic fumes and unpleasant odors; they have easy application; versatility; optimal chemical-physical surface resistance; excellent aesthetic results.
Solid wood – raw natural material that comes from proven, well-maintained forests that are certified according to forestry standards. We strictly refuse to use wooden raw materials that come from protected areas and national parks. We mainly use solid components from beech, spruce and pine.
Edge-glued wood panels – Beech, pine or spruce glued wood is made of high-quality lamellas, which are produced by the technology of continuous or adjusted (finger joints) gluing.
Blockboard – is a compound wood board consisting of lamellas of softwood placed side by side and sandwiched between hardwood veneer panels. The blockboards are characterized by relatively low density, high strength in both basic directions and relatively high dimensional stability. Compared to common types of particleboards, blockboards have excellent values especially in tensile strengths perpendicular to the plane of the board, bending strength and flexural modulus, and are therefore more stable in shape under bending stress.